離婚のレビューに死ぬ–トルコの夫婦間の暴力のドキュメントが希望に達する

A cloak of darkness hangs over the opening of this film, クロエフェアウェザー監督, 若い女性がカメラの乗組員を彼女の元夫が怒り狂って彼女を撃った場所に連れて行くとき. Such painful anecdotes recur throughout this stirring documentary which examines the correlation between gender-based violence in 七面鳥 and the country’s political turbulences.

Following the court cases handled by the We Will Stop Femicide Platform, a Turkish feminist advocacy group, the film closely captures how women are being systematically failed at every institutional level. Married off according to traditional custom at the age of 14, Arzu was shot multiple times by her husband after asking for a divorce, leaving her paralysed. In another case, Kubra, a former Bloomberg news presenter, was hit repeatedly on the head by her husband, causing a brain haemorrhage. Despite the cruelty of these attacks, the victims and their lawyers cannot rely on the justice system for fair punishment, since domestic violence cases often result in reduced sentences. The healthcare system is also complicit; traumas sustained from domestic abuse are written off as either self-inflicted or casual injuries. に 2019 一人で, より多い 470 women were killed in Turkey, their names honoured on the screen as the film’s ending lends a humanity to the shocking statistic.

Powerfully interweaving the intimacy of these stories with the fevered rallies for President Erdoğan, who has openly criticised the feminist movement, the documentary paints a bleak picture of Turkish women’s rights. それでも, at a time when lawyers are being arrested and killed, the courage of Ipek Bozkurt, a feminist attorney highlighted in the film, is exceptionally moving. The film might begin in the dark, but it is looking towards a more hopeful light.

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